#MomGoals: Beyoncé Performs To Fundraise For Blue Ivy’s School And Slays It

March 7, 2016  |  

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She may not have been on the docket to receive any awards at the Grammys this year, but Beyoncé will definitely be taking home the 2016 Mother of the Year Award. The Queen B, treated parents, faculty and supporters to a surprise performance during a fundraiser for Blue Ivy’s elementary school in Los Angeles on Saturday, March 5. And we thought we were showing off by bringing homemade cookies to the bake sale!

Beyoncé performing at an Elementary School Gala tonight in LA

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Mrs. Carter slayed with a capital “S” in a black-and-gold, sequined tiger-print dress as she sang “Crazy in Love,” “Halo” and “XO” and kept her backup dancers in formation.

Beyoncé performing at an Elementary School Gala tonight in LA

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Beyoncé even blessed the crowd with a cover of Dolly Parton’s Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You.”

No word yet or how much the event, held at the Los Angeles’ Shrine Auditorium and Expo Hall, raised but we can be sure all the attendees and donors felt they got their money’s worth.

The school’s PTA is going to have to bring their A-game to this year’s bake sale to top this one.

When Beyonce performs at Blue Ivy’s school fundraiser, setting all types of #momgoals, what are the rest of us moms to do?

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  • KB

    Wait…a school that Blue Ivy Carter goes to needs fundraising? Hmmm….

    • LogicalLeopard

      *LOL* THATS the big question, isn’t it?
      And a fundraiser at the Shrine Auditorium and Expo Hall? I don’t know what that is, but it doesn’t sound like a high school gym, or a VFW hall *L*

    • Yvonne

      Sometimes private schools raise money for scholarships for underprivileged kids.

      • KB

        That’s a great point. I hadn’t thought about it from that point of view.

  • secret87

    So not a inner city school?